[mythtv-users] Damn you Time Warner

John Finlay finlay at moeraki.com
Fri Apr 11 19:08:26 UTC 2008

Scott Alfter wrote:
> David Brodbeck wrote:
>> On Apr 8, 2008, at 5:04 PM, Brad Fuller wrote:
>>> simply because little dishes are smaller and more compact than VHF  
>>> antennas!
>>> Some people place their Dish on their apt. balcony. But, placing an
>>> antenna on a balcony is tough to do and most apts restrict it.
>>> Then again, if it's a small UHF antenna, then it'll be the size of a
>>> small Dish (but, that's not what people have experience with... yet.)
>> The vast majority of HDTV broadcasting in the U.S. is on UHF.
> All five of the Las Vegas broadcasters who've been broadcasting analog VHF will 
> continue to use VHF for their HD broadcasts.  One of them (KVBC, the local NBC 
> affiliate) is even using low-band VHF (analog on channel 3, digital on channel 2).
> Here's a list of HD broadcasters using VHF...it's actually pretty widespread:
> http://www.antennasdirect.com/vhf_hdtv_stations.html

And after Feb 2009 there will be more broadcasting digital in the VHF 
band - see:


for the full list.


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